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John Lehman has worked as a user manager, an applications programmer, a systems programmer, and a software project manager. He is the author of the first article on programming languages for personal computers, as well as the first articles on business use of personal computers, and the first personal computer programs for financial analysis and statistical analysis. His doctoral dissertation was the first integrated software system, combining financial analysis, statistical, database management, and presentation graphics. He has consulted and/or taught for IBM, UNISYS (formerly Sperry and Burroughs), Control Data, Honeywell, and several noncomputer Fortune 500 companies. He has taught at the University level since 1973 and beginning in 1983 has taught program design in the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business summer MIS Faculty Development Institute. He is also a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
System design.
dBase III.
dBase IV (Computer file)